What Time Is ‘The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!’ on Tonight?

Bachelor Nation is about to take a trip down memory lane. Starting Monday, June 8, the ABC reality franchise will air The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever. The summer best-of series will take place of Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette, which postponed production due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But what time is The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever! on tonight? The schedule isn’t all that surprising for longtime fans.

What time and how long is ‘The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!’ on tonight, June 8?

Chris Harrison on ABC's "The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart" - Season One
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The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever! will keep the franchise’s regular Monday night time slot beginning June 8. So the series premiere and subsequent episodes will be released at 8 p.m. ET. Each episode will also be three-hours-long. This means Bachelor Nation fans will have to hold on until 11 p.m. ET.

As always, The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever! will be available to watch on ABC. It’s likely new episodes will available on Hulu by Tuesday morning.

How many episodes is ‘The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!’?

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As of this write-up, we know The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever! will be 10-episodes total. That said, the full schedule for the new series has yet to be released aside from the first three episodes.

The series premiere will tell Sean Lowe’s story from The Bachelor Season 17. It also seems like the 36-year-old is excited for fans to relive his fairy tale romance. 

“Tomorrow night, my entire season is airing in a condensed 3 hour format for Bachelor G.O.A.T. Really excited to share my journey with you all,” Lowe wrote on Instagram. “Also excited to get that 15 minutes of fame back I’ve been desperately searching for for the past seven years. No spoilers please.”

Meanwhile, the June 15 episode will highlight Kaitlyn Bristowe from The Bachelorette Season 11. Then Ben Higgins from The Bachelor Season 20 will take over June 22. And hopefully, the network will announce the future bachelors and bachelorettes included in the series as the weeks progress.

What is ‘The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!’?

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When The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever! dropped its promotional trailer, the new ABC series revealed what the show is all about.

“What if you could watch an entire Bachelor season in one night? Yup, one season, one night,” the promo said. “Revisit the ones you loved, the ones you hate, and the ones you hate to love. It’s Monday’s new one-night stand.”

Essentially, the new show will recap entire seasons within a three-hour time frame. According to the ABC press release, host Chris Harrison will be highlighting the most notable moments from each season. He will also interview former cast members virtually. 

Even so, Harrison promised The Greatest Seasons will not try to dig up old drama. 

“This will be fun to look back and have those conversations, but it’s not even really about that, it’s not about… causing drama,” Harrison told Entertainment Tonight in May 2020. “This is all in love, this is all in fun and it is not going to be this long, linear story. It is going to be more bite-sized [moments].”

Then when speaking with Variety, ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke shared the new spinoff is just a “love letter” for the fans. 

“We can’t wait for Bachelor Nation to fall in love all over again as we take this wild journey down memory lane,” Burke said.

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